The Influence of Project-Based Learning’s Model and Problem-Based Learning with Module on Students Achievement Score in Ecosystem Materials at State of Senior High School 1 Jejawi
Wulandari Saputri1, Saleh Hidayat2, Sri Wardhani3
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FKIP Biologi Universitas Muhammadiyah Palembang
The background of this research by the teachers teaching pattern in delivering material in classroom was conventional that has effect to the low students achievement score in Biology subject. Whereas to increase students achievement score was the duty and responsibility of the teachers. In this case applying project-based learning and problems-based learning was one of alternative to increase students achievement score. Both of them have proven increasing students achievement score even if it was applied together in teaching material to support independent learning concept, i.e. module. The objective of the study was to find out the differences between students achievement score was taught using project-based learning and problems-based learning with module in ecosystem material at Public Senior High School 1 Jejawi. The hypotheses in this research, guess that any difference at students achievement score which taught using project-based learning and problems-based learning with module in ecosystem material at State of Senior High School 1 Jejawi. This research used quasi experimental method. Based on the result of independent sample t-test belong from post-test both of class got match-t 2,546 > t-table 1,9917, it means that applying problems-based learning is different with project-based learning. In conlusion, there were differences students achievement score between project-based learning and problems-based learning with module in ecosystem material at State of Senior High School 1 Jejawi.
Key word: project-based learning, problem-based learning, module